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United States Military Information Security. Overview. Overview The Importance of Military Information Security US Defense Information Systems Agency United States Cyber Command Future Military Security Outlook Summary. Information Security.

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United states military information security

United States Military Information Security


Overview

Overview

  • Overview

  • The Importance of Military Information Security

  • US Defense Information Systems Agency

  • United States Cyber Command

  • Future Military Security Outlook

  • Summary


Information security

Information Security

  • Information Security – protecting information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction in order to provide –

    • Integrity – guarding against improper modification or destruction and ensures authenticity.

    • Confidentiality – preserving authorized restrictions on access, including protecting personal privacy.

    • Availability – ensuring timely and reliable access.


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Information Security


Military importance

Military Importance

  • In the beginning – written correspondence.

  • Developing - Wireless Radio and Telegraph coding

  • Current – Total System Information Security


Us defense information security agency disa

US Defense Information Security Agency (DISA)

  • 12 May 1960 - Defense Communications Agency (DCA) established by Secretary of Defense Thomas S. Gates.

  • 25 June 1991 – became the DISA and the Global Information Grid was designed.

  • 16,000 employees that support all US

    Military branches.

  • SIPRNET – Secret Internet Protocol

    Router Network

  • Forge.mil – fashioned after sourceforge.net


Global information grid

Global Information Grid


United states cyber command

United States Cyber Command

  • 23 June 2009 – established under the U.S. Strategic Command by Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates

  • Assumed responsibility for the DISA

  • Headquartered in Ft. Meade, Maryland


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United States Cyber Command

5 Strategic Pillars

  • Treat Cyber as a domain

  • Employ more active defenses

  • Support the Department of Homeland Security in protecting critical infrastructure networks

  • Practice collective defense with allies

  • Reduce the advantages attackers have


Military information security future

Military Information Security Future

  • Defining international cyberspace domain legalities

  • Similar to international nuclear situation?

  • Russians and Chinese interested in cyber weapons such as destructive viruses

  • Beginnings of Terrorist Involvement

  • Overall Internet Security Development


Summary

Summary

  • Overview

  • The Importance of Military Information Security

  • US Defense Information Systems Agency

  • United States Cyber Command

  • Future Military Security Outlook

  • Summary


Questions

Questions?


References

References

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Information_security

  • http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/44/3542

  • http://www.defense.gov/news/newsarticle.aspx?id=64682

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Cyber_Command

  • http://www.fas.org/irp/threat/cyber/docs/infosec.htm


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